A cliche perhaps, but living well is the best revenge.
After near-weekly miseries of allowing opposing offenses a first-possession touchdown drive to get warmed up, the Bears’ defense not only finally stopped an opponent’s opening possession without a
Rookie nose tackle Eddie Goldman left the locker room in a plastic walking cast after Sunday’s Bears 26-21 win over the Tampa Bay Buccaneers.
The down-linemen didn’t grace the stat sheet in dramatic fashion but were the obvious starting point for controlling Tampa Bay running back Doug Martin and disrupting the basic game plans of coach
Whatever John Fox and the coaching staff did in the job of keeping a slumping team from quitting, bottle it.